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Adafruit Feather M0 WiFi
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Feather is a new development board from AdaFruit. As its name suggest, this card is fine, light!
Adafruit has been designed to become a new standard for portable projects based on microcontrollers.
Here is the AdaFruit Feather M0 WiFi module with ATWINC1500 - here is an Arduino compatible 'all-in-one' + high speed + reliable WiFi connection + USB support and battery charger.
It's a AdaFruit Feather M0 with WiFi module ready to use! We have other boards from the Feather family, see our range here!
Connect your Feather to the Internet with this brand new FCC certified Atmel WiFi module. ATWINC1500 is a 802.11bgn WiFi module and certainly represents the best option to connect your peripherals in WiFi while benefiting from low energy management, Access Point (Soft-AP), SSL support and exceptional stability. This product has been tested by Arduino on its MQTT Adafruit.io demo for several days without any problem (not even a jolt!).
In comparison with other WiFi modules, the ATWINC1500 is very efficient (fast) and easy to implement (a "best-of").
The module works on 802.11b, g or n networks and WEP, WPA, WPA2 encryption support. You can connect to your WiFi network or create your own WiFi network by using the "Soft AP" mode.
AdaFruit also offers to create a WiFi access point + WEB service to control the pins of your Arduino via this "Web server". You can communicate with on the module bus with a clock frequency of up to 12MHz, enough to consider reliable packet streaming. Vous pouvez communiquer avec sur le bus du module avec une fréquence d'horloge pouvant atteindre 12MHz, de quoi envisager un streaming des paquets fiables.
Network scanning and correction is very fast, around 1 to 2 seconds.
You might wonder why use such a product when the Feather HUZZAH already exists?
With the Feather ATWINC1500, you get:
Both Feather ATWINC and ESP modules have WiFi functionality with their respective advantages and disadvantages.
At the heart of a Feather M0, you'll find a ARM Cortex M0 ATSAMD21G18 clocked at 48Mhz and using 3.3V logic. It's the same hardware platform as an Arduino Zero. This microcontroller has a FLASH memory of 256Ko (8x more than an Atmega 328 or 32u4) and 32Ko of RAM (16x more)!
It also has native USB support which allows you to take advantage for USB-to-Serial programming and debugging phase via this same interface without the need of a FTDI component.
Users who are comfortable with ASF (Atmel Software Framework) will find the SWDIO/SWCLK signals available under the board. Signals that can be connected to a CMSIS-DAP debugger to allow debugging with Atmel Studio.
To make it really easy to use in portable projects, AdaFruit had the excellent idea of adding a connector for LiPo (Lithium polymer) 3.7V battery and a charging circuit. It's not absolutely necessary to use a battery, you can very well power the Feather directly from a micro USb connector. If you have a battery, it will be recharged when you connect the board via microUSB. The Feather will automatically select its power source between USB (as soon as available) and the battery.
The battery is also connected to an analog pin via a divider bridge, this tip is very practical to allow to measure and monitor the battery voltage to warn the user that a recharge is necessary.
Comes fully assembled and tested, programmed with a USB bootloader that allows you to get started quickly using Arduino IDE. Includes a row of male connectors, wich would allow you to connect the Feather on a breadboard after a few welding operations.
Lipoly battery and MicroUSB cable not included (but you'll easily find them in our shop)